TWITL – week fifty-three – farewell 2020

TWITL – week fifty-three – farewell 2020

I’m starting this on December 31, 2020 but not sure when I’ll post it. We’ll see how it goes. I’m never one to call a whole year a total negative, so I’ve never understood the people who take a whole twelve months and say that it was all crap. I want to ask them– so,…

TWITL – week fifty-two – beginning the break

TWITL – week fifty-two – beginning the break

Did you know there are fifty-three weeks in 2020? Apparently the leap year will do that to a year and of course, it had to be 2020 getting that extra week. If you haven’t already read about my best Monday ever, you can find it here. I am still very fangirl high about Simon’s Cameo…

TWITL – week fifty-one – dreaming of you with my words

TWITL – week fifty-one – dreaming of you with my words

I know you see medreaming of you with my wordspretending we’re real Sometimes the poetry makes no sense but there it is. My top nine of 2020 at Instagram heavily features Sullivan Stapleton and Santiago Cabrera. How did Charles Mesure sneak in there? I sort of love it. I’m thinking almost all of those shots…

TWITL – week fifty – colder days

TWITL – week fifty – colder days

It’s late Sunday morning as I start this post and the skies are gray and the ground is wet. The rain poured strong earlier this morning and it was a welcome sound and sight. I don’t mind the rain as long as I’m home and not outside trying to drive in it… I signed my…

TWITL – week forty-nine – what next

TWITL – week forty-nine – what next

I’m always slight adrift after writing for National Novel Writing Month. After writing for a whole month on a deadline with a word count, suddenly have all this “free” time just feels oddly confining. Do I continue with another installment of the novel? (Right now, I want to write more to my latest story and…